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Variable Difficulty Balance Beam or Walking Rail


– A variable difficulty balance beam (or walking rail) mounted on two rockers which can be rotated. – Rotating the rockers changes the balance difficulty level of the beam. – This balance beam is different from conventional balance beams because you can change its balance level. This beam also stimulates centering. – If the foot is centered, the beam does not rock, but if the foot is off center, the beam tilts in the direction that the foot has deviated. – The feedback is relative to the deviation. – The Variable Difficulty Balance Beam requires the individual to develop well ordered, precise foot movements which improve the integration between the tactile, kinesthetic, vestibular, and visual processes.


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